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go after it. >> now the technology was used to snag 32 year old daniel meyers accused of stealing more than $1000 worth of copper last year in columbus parkway. concord spent more than a million dollars repairing and replacing copper wiring since 2007, so it's really eying valejo's strategy. >> we have to be practical and sneaky. practical in the sense that we look for easy wins. we've even tried placing large boulders on top of these boxes so that you can't access them and then looking at technology i guess would be a little sneaky. >> now tax payers are the ones footing the bill for copper theft. the repair cost, well in san jose $160,000 to repair 500 lights. in freemont, nearly half a million in 2011 and 2012 and for bart almost $100,000 in 2011 to replace wiring along its tracks and on bay area highways from the south bay to concord, about 60-metering lights have been vandalized off the past year. caltran replaced 18 at a cost of $35,000 a piece. now, another trick cities are using to pull off, they are making the spools of copp
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